Someone in The Donald’s campaign should be equipped with an “off” switch. Ya know. For when the big guy gets so wound up and high on his own magnificence. that he doesn’t know when to quit. Sometimes he just goes too far, and he did it while speaking to a crowd in Mt. Pleasant South Carolina. There are probably not many who would disagree with him on banning muslims. After all they are making it known their preference is to shoot up the country and kill Americans. Too bad we can’t get anyone else on the ban muslims band wagon. But now Donald wants to take it a step farther and he wants to work with Bill Gates to get it done.
The presidential hopeful said that “We’ve got to maybe do something with the internet,” because it was being used to radicalise people. He said that he would “see Bill Gates” so that he could look into “closing it up”.
Children in America are “watching the internet and they want to be masterminds”, Trump said in a speech.
“We’re losing a lot of people because of the internet,” Trump said. “We have to see Bill Gates and a lot of different people that really understand what’s happening.
“We have to talk to them about, maybe in certain areas, closing that internet up in some ways. Somebody will say, ‘Oh freedom of speech, freedom of speech.’ These are foolish people.”
The rest of Mr Trump’s speech went on to criticise the “incompetence” of the “stupid people” that are currently in power in the US.
“We used to call it the quiet majority,” he said of his own supporters. “But people are fed up – they are fed up with incompetence, they are fed up with stupid leaders, they are fed up with stupid people.”
Mr Trump was speaking at a campaign rally on the Second World War aircraft carrier the USS Yorktown in South Carolina. The speech came as polls showed that his frontrunner status was being threatened by Ted Cruz, who was shown to be five percentage points ahead of Mr Trump by a Monmouth poll just before the event.